ODFL doubles capacity in Amarillo with new facility

Old Dominion Freight Line has opened a new 32-door service center in Amarillo, TX, more than doubling the company’s shipping capacity in the Texas Panhandle.

The new Amarillo Service Center employs 15 people and contains numerous upgrades over the previous center, including 20 additional doors and an expanded loading dock.

The facility is strategically located along east-west Interstate 40 and transports a diverse range of freight, often tied to the region’s robust agricultural, oil and natural gas industries, ODFL said.

“We are incredibly proud of our state-of-the-art facility, which helps us mark Old Dominion’s 12th year in Amarillo,” said Todd Marshall, manager of the Amarillo Service Center.

“We look forward to continued growth and maintaining our promise of delivering premium service to our customers from our improved service center," he added.

The facility provides direct service throughout the Texas Panhandle (including Amarillo, Hereford, Borger, Dumas, Dalhart and Pampa), in addition to Tucumcari, N.M., and Elk City, Okla.

The service center is located at 611 N Williams St. in Amarillo, and is one of 18 Old Dominion service centers operating in Texas.

 

 

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